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Community Garden Now has Facebook Page

Keep up with the Berkeley Vale Community Garden Facebook Page for shared gardening tips, news and information of interest to gardeners. It also has the latest photos of our members’ working bee efforts, and updates on the progress of our FACS-funded upgrade project. Go to https://www.facebook.com/berkeleyvalecommunitygarden/     Back to Home Page

BVCG9Jan18_7Keep up with the Berkeley Vale Community Garden Facebook Page for shared gardening tips, news and information of interest to gardeners.

It also has the latest photos of our members’ working bee efforts, and updates on the progress of our FACS-funded upgrade project.

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Go to https://www.facebook.com/berkeleyvalecommunitygarden/

 

 

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New Website for Tuggerah OOSHC

The Tuggerah OOSHC pages have now been removed from the Berkeley Vale Neighbourhood Centre Website. People with kids who need Out of School Hours Care or Vacation Care will now be able to check out the new Tuggerah Out of School Hours Care website at  https://www.tuggerahooshc.org.au and find out more about quality, professionalism, learning and … Read more

HomepageScreenshot2The Tuggerah OOSHC pages have now been removed from the Berkeley Vale Neighbourhood Centre Website.

People with kids who need Out of School Hours Care or Vacation Care will now be able to check out the new Tuggerah Out of School Hours Care website at  https://www.tuggerahooshc.org.au and find out more about quality, professionalism, learning and fun at Tuggerah OOSHC. We hope you enjoy exploring the website and finding out more about Tuggerah OOSHC and what it has to offer.

  • The Home page has a Noticeboard with important Updates, Upcoming Events and Notices for our parents and children.
  • The About Us page has information about Tuggerah OOSHC, including philosophy, funding, the Outside School Hours Care Quality Assurance process, and the auspicing organisation (Berkeley Vale Neighbourhood Centre Inc., which publishes this website).
  • The Before & After School Care and Vacation Care pages contain information about how many places the service has, what kinds of activities are offered, service philosophy and policies, fees, current programs, and enrolment and bookings.
  • The Photogallery page contains Term Newsletters, as well as Photogalleries from Before & After School and Vacation Care.
  • The Contact Us page has full contact details and hours for the TOOSHC offices both at Tuggerah Primary School and the Berkeley Vale Neighbourhood Centre, as well as Google location maps for both places. Please don’t hesitate to contact these offices if you need any further information or assistance.

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New Walking for Pleasure Program for 2018

Click on the thumbnail for the new Walking for Pleasure Program for 2018. Our Walking for Pleasure Group page also has a Brochure and Registration Form for new walkers wanting to find out more. Back to Home Page

WalkingforPleasureLogoClick on the thumbnail for the new Walking for Pleasure Program for 2018. Our Walking for Pleasure Group page also has a Brochure and Registration Form for new walkers wanting to find out more.

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Second Bite and Food Help back at BVNC

Berkeley Vale Neighbourhood Centre obtains surplus fresh fruit and vegetables through the Second Bite Program, which organises the provision of surplus fresh food to community food programs around Australia.  We obtain our surplus food from Coles at Chittaway Bay.From Thursday 18th January, we will usually have fresh fruit and vegetables, and occasionally bread, on Mondays … Read more

Food Help

We also have some supplies of free prepared rice, recipe bases, sauces, spices and food bars, which can take the edge off the price of main meals.

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From Thursday 18th January, we will usually have fresh fruit and vegetables, and occasionally bread, on Mondays and Thursdays from 12 noon.

  • Berkeley Vale Neighbourhood Centre obtains surplus fresh fruit and vegetables through the Second Bite Program, which organises the provision of surplus fresh food to community food programs around Australia.  We obtain our surplus food from Coles at Chittaway Bay.From Thursday 18th January, we will usually have fresh fruit and vegetables, and occasionally bread, on Mondays and Thursdays from 12 noon.
  • We also have some supplies of free prepared rice, recipe bases, sauces, spices and food bars, which can take the edge off the price of main meals.
  • Our sister Neighbourhood Centre, Bateau Bay Neighbourhood Centre, has a  discount Food Store which is open Monday to Thursday from 9am—3pm,  free day-old bread on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, and fresh surplus fresh fruit and vegetables after 1 pm Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Frozen bread is usually available any time Monday to Thursday 9am-3pm. BBNC can provide additional food help for people in extreme circumstances. Please call BBNC on 4332 7450 if you need more information.

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